Sponsored by scientists in favor of crop biotechnology. Members include Nobel Prize winners Norman Bourlaug and James Watson.
Personal pages give an overview of the extent of genetic engineering in plants and animals as well what some of the hazards might be.
Encourages fact-based discussion about developments in plant biotechnology.
Questions and answers, articles, and a debate between a biotech company and Greenpeace, plus links to pro and con sites.
An environmental and public health organization which has initiated landmark legal actions against the FDA and EPA to preserve the integrity of the food supply.
Article attacking genetic engineering, with references, by E. Ann Clark.
Presentation of the genetically modified food debate in India.
Information on the spread of genetic modification in the food supply as well as the politics and legal issues. Searchable index by subject and date.
Archive of news articles about GM foods, from 1998 to the present. Also includes editorials about the risks, lack of safety testing, and proponents of the products.
Overview of genetically modified foods, crops, organisms. Pros and cons of genetic modification.
Outlines scientific and consumer concerns about genetically engineered and modified foods. Safety, food patents, Monsanto's role and media coverage are addressed.
Mission is to create environmentally and economically sustainable rural communities through sound agriculture and trade policy. Includes ongoing campaigns to fight genetically engineered foods.
Corporate information about Monsanto, a major producer of GM seeds, as well as educational material, news and a long list of links.
VegSource.com paper argues that biotech has no benefits for starving people in the developing world.
UK and international news; articles; quotations by scientists.
Supports the ethical development and stewardship of the genetic resources of agricultural seed.
"There is an awful lot unknown about hazards of new [GM food] crops and until it is fully tested we should not be subjecting people to risks, least of all young children."
A page on GM food at the website of the Social Issues Research Centre.
Article in Afrol News on the possible effects of the terminator gene on southern African agriculture.
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